If a school was indeed the miniature form of a society, there would not be any case against reservation.
Schools of India hardly reflect the cultural and social blend of the Indian society. It is in the light of this that I support reservation.
Article 39(c) of our constitution prohibits the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few. What is more valuable than education? Learning is a natural process and schools, thus are our natural resources. In this context, then, Article 39(b) mandates that the State allocates funds to schools in such a manner that it benefits the community.
Unfortunately, reservation is seen as a witch's stick rather than an angel'sword.
Honestly, would you blame the policy of reservation if enough opportunities were made available to you for your growth?
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